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10 Totally Affordable Restaurants In Disney Parks

Peaches Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

1. Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café This Tex-Mex restaurant is located in Frontierland in Magic Kingdom. This is my family’s favorite Magic Kingdom eatery. The quick-service restaurant has plenty of indoor (that means air-conditioned) seating and the line moves quickly. The most expensive entree is only $15.99. To save even more, consider sharing an entrée; the Fajita Platter ...

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10 Totally Affordable Restaurants In Disney Parks

Cast Members Plaza Restaurant

Walt Disney World is most definitely an expensive place. But you don’t have to spend a fortune to eat a great meal! Here are ten great restaurants that won’t break the bank. Be sure to check them out on your next visit!

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8 Reasons Why It’s Best to Visit Disney World After the Holidays

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8. Spending Money Sure you’ve got credit card bills to pay after Christmas…but if you’re a Disney Visa Card member that also means you should have some pretty sweet reward dollars built up. Plus, didn’t Great Aunt Gertrude slide that $20 into your Christmas card? An after-holiday Disney visit could be the perfect way to spend those cash gifts.   ...

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8 Reasons Why It’s Best to Visit Disney World After the Holidays

Princess Run

7. Exercise I can’t think of a better way to work off all the Christmas goodies than to spend a few days exploring Disney parks. Some experts estimate that on a full park day, the average person walks around 14 miles. That’s a legit workout if you ask me! And runners can challenge themselves to the ever popular Disney Marathon, ...

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8 Reasons Why It’s Best to Visit Disney World After the Holidays

Grand Floridian Resort

6. Resort Values Food and park tickets aren’t the only thing you’ll save on after the holidays. Resort rates are at an all-time low for many of the weeks in January. With the exception of MLK weekend, Marathon weekend, and of course New Years (basically still the holidays) you won’t find on-property rooms any cheaper. For example, at Caribbean Beach, ...

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8 Reasons Why It’s Best to Visit Disney World After the Holidays

Via Napoli Pizza

5. Less Expensive Food The rumors are true! Disney does adjust food prices based again on expected park capacity. During the Christmas season, you will pay up to $4 more per person at buffets, and some counter service prices are adjusted as well. (I saw it firsthand at one of our favorites, La Cantina de San Angel, in mid December.) ...

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8 Reasons Why It’s Best to Visit Disney World After the Holidays

Castle and Clock

4. Longer Hours If you visit near the holidays you may actually be cutting your park time short. Unless you plan to purchase an additional ticket for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, you will be required to leave Magic Kingdom hours before the normal closing time in order to accommodate Christmas party guests. In January, regular operating hours resume for ...

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8 Reasons Why It’s Best to Visit Disney World After the Holidays

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3. Cheaper Tickets A while ago Disney introduced different ticket pricing based on demand. During peak seasons, ticket prices are significantly higher. As one would expect, the holiday season is considered peak since many families choose to travel during the school break. But January’s ticket prices are one of the lowest across the board (notwithstanding MLK and Marathon days).

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8 Reasons Why It’s Best to Visit Disney World After the Holidays

Entrance Line

2.  Lighter Crowds In January, kids throughout the nation buckle down on another semester of school and adults round up receipts for taxes, too busy to attempt a Disney trip. Of course, this makes it the perfect time to visit if you don’t happen to be buckling down or rounding up. While everyone else is at home, you could enjoy ...

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8 Reasons Why It’s Best to Visit Disney World After the Holidays

Castle Front Main St. USA

1.  Cooler Weather Yes, Disney World is in Florida, and we all know that Florida rarely participates in winter. However, January is your best bet for a Disney visit sans sweat. In fact, last January our family visited on a day that actually required winter coats and stroller blankets. (Granted we are Floridians; others would probably have only needed a ...

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